The Silent Struggle

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'Twas the Lord's Day, in August, my first day,
In an amazing way, I saw a charming lady
In front of me with her stunning beauty,
I wished the Service to get a delay.

My heart was walled and my eye trained,
But that moment I knew no bound,
'Twas Fresher's day and freshers all around,
But her eyes caught me as if I was her friend.

I wondered who that alluring lady could be,
For once I thought ‘'tis a Providence of God, '
She shook my hand and said she knew me a lot,
'Twas a stupendous moment for me.

From thence, I observed her,
Then, I thought ‘twas a crime,
So, I looked left every time,
Though, truly, I admired her.

"Could she be the one? "
In secret, I adored her,
In practice, I avoided her,
In silence, I struggled alone.
Monday, October 1, 2018
Topic(s) of this poem: love,struggle
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Dr Antony Theodore 09 November 2018
Could she be the one? In secret, I adored her, In practice, I avoided her, In silence, I struggled alone...... i read as u suggested the poets note on this poem. lovely notes and lovely poem....... to avoid temptation, to be true to the teachings of Christ. love to take proper decisions in life........ the woman of your life.......... thank u dear poet for this beautiful poem revealing your morally true heart. tony
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Solomon Senxer 10 November 2018
Thank you, Dr. Tony! Yes, I agree Decision must be taken carefully!
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